“A recent visit to the movie house taught me how to be even more obnoxious with technology,” Mac Kung Fu writes.
“I might’ve learned to keep my phone in my pocket when the picture’s showing but my Apple Watch kept notifying me of stuff, and when I raised my wrist I ended-up blinding myself and several people around me,” Mac Kung Fu writes. “I had to find a way to avoid this in future.”
“And the way to do so is… To switch to a wholly red-colored Watch face,” Mac Kung Fu writes. “Simple. The armed forces have known this for years.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: That’s great, until you launch an app and then you’re back in whatever colors that app offers.
To deal with that, on your Apple Watch just go to Settings > Brightness & Text Size and simply dial down the brightness system-wide while you’re in the movies. Of course, make sure you also have both “Do Not Disturb” and “Silent Mode” on via Glance. If you want to go totally dark with your Apple Watch, just go to Settings > General and turn off “Wake Screen on Wrist Raise.”
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]